Hereâ€™s a bit of a blow for PlayStation 3 owners – after just one week at #1 Killzone 2 has been knocked off the top of the chart. But it isnâ€™t by last weekâ€™s big new release Tom Clancyâ€™s H.A.W.K as you might have guessed but rather by Segaâ€™s PC thing Empire: Total War.
Ubisoftâ€™s H.A.W.K has to settle for #4 while Halo Wars and Street Fighter IV have both dropped from #2 to #5 and #3 to #7 respectively. Sega Mega Drive Ultimate Collection has fallen out of the top 10 already, going from #6 to #11. Give Ristar some love, people.
Mario Power Tennis has done a bit better than Pikmin, arriving at #23. This could potentially be another one of Nintendoâ€™s â€œevergreenâ€ steady sellers, like Wii Play, Mario Kart Wii and Brain Training before it. Meanwhile Spectrobes: Beyond the Portals goes in at a lowly #25 in the DS chart. I actually thought this would sell quite well, seeing that the first one did alright.
The PSP chart also sees its first new entry in what seems like ages – Patapon 2 at #5. Things should hot up soon though – Sony have managed to convince publishers to dust off their PSP development kits, with the likes of Assassinâ€™s Creed and Rock Band on their way. The only problem is that most UK retailers have cut their PSP sections down to just a handful of titles.